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Retraction: Deveaux and Rosehill

Apologies to our readers but Andre Deveaux and Jay Rosehill have not been sent down to Johnstown of the ECHL. It helps when I actually read the link I'm posting to. My bad.

Coleman Placed on IR

ECHL.com is reporting goaltender Gerald Coleman has been placed on the 7-Day IR by Johnstown. The former London Knight is 0-1-0 thus far this season for the Chiefs with a 4.02 GAA and .871 save percentage.

Sunday's Superleague Scores

Evgeny Artyukhin was scoreless as Yaroslavl was dismantled by Khimik 7-1. Alex Polushin is still out for Khimik.

Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in Dynamo's 5-1 win over Ufa.

Vasily Koshechkin improved to 7-3-3 this season beating Tver 3-2. Denis Kazionov was scoreless for Tver in the match.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 2-0 win over Chelyabinsk.

Anton But was scoreless as SKA was shut out by Magnitogorsk 3-0.

CHL Game Night: 10/28

Kevin Beech got the night off tonight as Sudbury beat Peterborough 5-3.

Marek Bartanus was scoreless with 9 penalty minutes including a fight against 5'9" 180 lbs. 17 year old defenseman Michael Liambas (way to fight in your weight class Marek) in Owen Sound's 8-4 stomping of Erie.

Dane Crowley is still out with injury for Swift Current.

Vladimir Mihalik was scoreless with 4 penalty minutes as Prince George defeated Everett 2-1.

NHL Game Night 10/28: Lightning at Hurricanes

Ugly.

TB-4
CAR-6

It was never really as close as the score indicates. Marc Denis allowed 4 goals on 17 shots in the loss before giving way to Johan Holmqvist who allowed 2 goals on 12 shots. Vincent Lecavalier and Vaclav Prospal each had a goal and an assist for the Lightning. Defensemen Filip Kuba and Dan Boyle each had a pair of helpers. The other Lightning goals were scored by Ruslan Fedotenko and Martin St. Louis with am individual assist going to Paul Ranger.

Tonight's game was another example of a problem the Lightning have had the past two seasons, which is allowing one bad goal or bad play to snowball into multiple goals and a huge momentum swing they cannot recover from. Tonight it was a soft goal allowed by Denis followed by a pittiful unforced turnover by Dan Boyle in the Lightning zone resulting in a goal. The Lightning miss having veteran leadership like Jassen Cullimore to put out on the ice in those situations and it shows.

First Period
Tampa Bay 5:48, Vaclav Prospal 2 (Paul Ranger)
Carolina 8:23, Eric Staal 7 (power play) (Justin Williams)
Carolina 8:32, Kevyn Adams 1 (Craig Adams)
Carolina 9:06, Erik Cole 2 (Ray Whitney, Rod Brind'Amour)

2nd Period
Carolina 5:14, Eric Staal 8 (power play) (Rod Brind'Amour, Anton Babchuk)
Tampa Bay 12:23, Ruslan Fedotenko 5 (Filip Kuba, Vincent Lecavalier)
Tampa Bay 16:41, Vincent Lecavalier 5 (power play) (Vaclav Prospal, Dan Boyle)
Carolina 17:34, Scott Walker 6 (Eric Staal)

3rd Period
Carolina 0:55, Scott Walker 7 (Ray Whitney, Rod Brind'Amour)
Tampa Bay 11:32, Martin St. Louis 6 (Filip Kuba, Dan Boyle)

Doug Janik played 15:02 with 1 shot and 2 blocks. Eric Perrin got 15:03 with 1 hit and was 75% on draws. Nick Tarnasky (not Nick Tinarski as the poorly prepared an laughably bad Carolina play-by-play folks would have you believe) played 6:05.

Game sheet from NHL.com.

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